Tag: Lily Davis

The Mule REVIEW

The Mule, directed by Tony Mahoney and Angus Sampson, is an entertaining Australian crime-drama. However, at times, it’s quite hard to stomach. Angus Sampson stars as Ray Jenkins, a lowly repairman who is supressed in all parts of his life.

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IFF 2014: Darker Than Midnight REVIEW

Darker Than Midnight reviewed as part of the 2014 Lavazza Italian Film Festival. Click HERE for screening information and to purchase tickets. Director Sebastiano Riso’s first feature film, Darker Than Midnight, is an emotionally charged journey, but not one without flaws. Davide,

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We Are the Best! REVIEW

You will walk out of We Are the Best! feeling like a giant balloon is swelling in your chest. The film is a delightful and captivating story of what it’s like to be young. Swedish director Lukas Moodysson (Lilya 4-eva, Mammoth) has yet again

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Reel Classic: Rosemary’s Baby

Almost 50 years ago, Roman Polanski’s film Rosemary’s Baby hit the screens. This artful and engrossing suspense drama instantly won over critics and audiences alike. Today, it seems worth revisiting what made this classic one to remember. Based on Ira

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The Grand Budapest Hotel REVIEW

Watching The Grand Budapest Hotel is like watching a work of art. Director Wes Anderson (The Royal Tenenbaums, Moonrise Kingdom) has created a visual masterpiece that will excite your imagination and transport you to another world. The majority of the

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Reel Spotlight: Wes Anderson

My Ode To Wes Anderson. Written by Lily Davis. The whimsy and individuality of Wes Anderson’s vision has perfectly translated into every one of his films and utterly bewitched audiences. As a filmmaker, he is a true auteur. His distinctive touch

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Pompeii REVIEW

The story of Pompeii is one we’ve heard time and time again. Sadly, director Paul W. S. Anderson’s revisitation of this piece of history doesn’t offer anything new. His film combines elements of historical fiction, action and a love story.

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